Snaps …

for Wordless Wednesday and others.

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Today we’ll wander across marshland,  once the seabed, to Pevensey Castle. In the 4th century it was one of the strongest of the Roman sea-forts, and today, two-thirds of it’s towering walls still stand.

It’s also famously the landing place of William the Conqueror’s army in 1066 long before the sea retreated.

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Thank’s for joining me!.

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31 thoughts on “Snaps …

  1. hilarymb Nov 23, 2021 / 18:05

    Hi Keith – delightful photos … it’s an amazing land and so fascinating to know it was deep enough for ships to sail in … and then have that famous battle. Incredible what they knew in those days … cheers Hilary

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 25, 2021 / 14:15

      It is amazing. I remember as a kid digging into the soil to find seashells! Btw, that walk starts just before you enter Pevensey Bay. Thanks, Hilary.

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  2. stevebethere Nov 23, 2021 / 18:45

    What fab photos Keith interesting to thanks for the tour 🙂

    Have a pasttastic week 👍

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  3. Sandee Nov 23, 2021 / 21:58

    All fabulous shots and another place I would love to explore.

    Thank you for hosting the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Keith. 🙂

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  4. Emille Nov 24, 2021 / 17:27

    I can imagine this gets one’s imagine going:) Love especially the second capture with the view of what”s seen on the water. Ruins are always interesting to me. Emille

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 25, 2021 / 14:52

      It’s certainly seen a thing or two over the centuries. Built by the Romans, inhabited by the Normans and used a defence post against the Spanish Armada. Cheers Emille.

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  5. villroses Nov 24, 2021 / 17:29

    Wow! Has been standing there for a while…

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  6. amandacatsynth Nov 24, 2021 / 17:59

    I love the soft quality that these ruins seem to have, almost undulating with the landscape. I also like the lush greens – my WW has that this week, too.
    -CatSynth

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  7. csuhpat1 Nov 25, 2021 / 02:12

    So very beautiful and historic. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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  8. XmasDolly aka Marie Nov 25, 2021 / 08:08

    HELLO MY FRIEND, AND A VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU! I’m sitting here breaking bread for the stuffing and i was bored, but not no more. Oooooooo if walls could talk!!! Love your pictures to say the least! Thanks for sharing your wonderful pictures once again! HAPPY THANKSGIVING, and thank you for sharing your pics!!!

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    • Keith's Ramblings Nov 25, 2021 / 15:07

      Thank you for your kind words, I can’t tell you how much they’re appreciated. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

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